My close friend Cole and I decided the day after Christmas that we’d hike Jay Peak. We knew this mountain had a ridge and desired to climb it since this … Continue reading Jay Peak: A challenging icy ridge
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I must admit, 2019 was a year of triumph and tragedy. There wasn’t much in between for me. But if I had to go back, I’d do it all again. … Continue reading Reflecting on 2019
On Black Friday, we don’t go shopping…as always we chase our passion no matter what. It was 30 degrees when we started unlike the last trek which was well under … Continue reading Tabletop Mountain 19/46
My brother and I decided to take on Phelps and Tabletop Mountain in the Adirondacks this past weekend. The hike was quite the adventure and as always, many memories were … Continue reading Winter has begun
I didn’t even want to wake up for the first time in my life when it came to hiking. Hell, I had a full day ahead of me and that’s … Continue reading Panther Peak: A battle against my mentality
My brother and I were both mesmerized by this mountain when we saw it last year. Towering over the Omni Mount Washington Resort and gloomy clouds covering the summit. I … Continue reading Mount Washington: A year in the making
A multitude of challenges have been created throughout the Northeast for all hikers. From historic fire towers, High Peaks, and shorter challenges…I believe there’s something for everyone. For now, I’ll … Continue reading Hiking challenges in the Northeast
Many people look at me as if I have ten heads when I speak of how many miles I’ve hiked in a day. I sometimes ask myself, why do people … Continue reading Why do I hike?
How could I describe the Adirondacks? Awe-inspiring, adventurous, and a bit overcrowded…during the summer at least! The mountain vistas, challenging trails, and the classic flip flop “hikers”. Driving through Keene … Continue reading Adventures in the Adirondacks
It felt weird. For a very long time, I wanted to visit a National Park. When I was young, I visited the Grand Canyon but there wasn’t much I could … Continue reading My first National Park!
Since Fall is right around the corner, I figured I’d share some experiences and why you should always be ready for anything. Any hiker should have an understanding that mountains … Continue reading The importance of hiking in the Fall
My name is Alex and I’ve become inspired by the outdoors since I was introduced to the Adirondack High Peaks. Although I live in Saratoga Springs, my brother and I … Continue reading About Myself and T & H